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DU Admissions 2017 : School Of Journalism Application Process To Begin From August 23,Test On Sept 17

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DU Admissions 2017 :¬†Delhi University is ready to begin the application process for its newly launched five-year integrated Journalism course at the newly established ‘Delhi School of Journalism’ from 23rd August 2017.

This is also a good chance for all those students who couldn’t get admission in the university and for those who couldn’t get admission in the course of their choice.

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The last date of submission of application forms is 3rd September 2017.

The admission will be done through a national-level entrance test which will be conducted on 17th September 2017.

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As reported by TOI, the five-year integrated bachelor of journalism and master of journalism at Delhi School of Journalism is going to be offered in both Hindi and English, with an intake of 60 in English and 60 in Hindi.

Educational qualifications:

All the candidates interested in applying need to possess at least 50 per cent in aggregate from a recognised institute/university.

Application fee:

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Candidates from General category need to pay Rs 500 while SC/ST applicants need to pay Rs 250.

About entrance examination:

The entrance in English will be held from 9 am to 11 am while the one in Hindi will be held from 2 pm to 4 pm.

More about Course :

The test will examine the candidate’s proficiency in general knowledge, current affairs, and analytical and comprehension skills.

Being an integrated course — three years of bachelors and two years of masters — students have the option to exit after three years.

The integrated course will give 50 per cent credit weightage to classroom lectures and another 50 per cent to assignments/projects and internships.

The five-year programme includes teaching of four foreign languages – Arabic, Chinese, Spanish and French. There will be two regional languages as well – Tamil and Bengali. Students will have to learn one foreign and one regional language in the 10 semesters.

“If there are vacant seats after three years, new students will be allowed to apply for an entrance test for the Post Graduation course,” said Manasvini M Yogi, officer on special duty (OSD), Delhi School of Journalism in recent¬†HT¬†report.

The classes are expected to begin from 26th September 2017.

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